Anesthesia and Modern Critical Care Ventilator Modes

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Course Description

This program has been discontinued

This live, one hour, accredited web seminar will discuss capabilities and options available with modern anesthesia ventilators today.  This program will review these recent advances in ventilator modalities in conjunction with an explanation of the anesthetized patient physiology during ventilation. This training is designed to educate anesthesia providers on these modern modes to assist with their decision making process, in matching the mode of ventilation to the pulmonary needs of their anesthetized patients.


At the completion of this program, the learner should be able to:

  • List and discuss the various modes of mechanical ventilation which are available during anesthesia cases today
  • Discuss the rationale for utilizing these various modes
  • Describe the settings associated with each mode
  • Discuss the role of the volume reflector technology during rebreathing
  • Describe the functionality and benefits of O2 Guard functionality during low flow anesthesia

This program has been prior approved by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists for 1.00 Class A CE credits; Code Number 1032838; Expiration Date 2/28/2017.

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